Casa Santa Isabel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... into the knee deep snow. Picking up speed we managed to pass some of the pensioners taking the same path, in erm jeans. Around half way we found the steps, treacherous, wind swept and icy, these took approximately ten minutes, for the teen American tourists who sprinted up in Ugg boots and leggings, a little longer for us in our salopettes.
The view really is pretty ...
... could do was put me on standby for a 6:30 am flight to Montreal, then on to Vancouver, which meant I'd have to by pass Winnipeg. She couldn't guarantee that onward flight either, since it was fully booked, overbooked actually, just like nearly every flight was at this stage. I couldn't let myself forget that there were thousands of people in this predicament. I didn't realize just how bad it actually was until days later when I read the newspapers and saw the TV reports. ...
... about the only thing that is!) and not surprisingly very like the one in Paris. The Olympic building is very impressive but apparently they are still paying for it years later. A huge amount of building work is going on in the site so it took a while to get to the ticket office where we could have chosen to go up the building to an observation deck, the planetarium or the Botanical gardens. We chose the gardens particularly as it was a beautiful sunny day ...
... so that one day I can share all of them.
Comparison to India
First of all, I have to say that my two months experience in India really has prepared me well to take on any new country or culture in the world. That is because India was such a different world where simply surviving and getting from city to city was an everyday challenge, that in contrast my trip this summer to South America was quite a breeze.
On a business ...
An early start today. I resisted the temptation to be as noisy as I could for the benefits of the guys who woke me up yesterday. Be the better man and all that. That's not to say I was quiet. I usually pre-pack the night before to minimize disruption in the morning but even though I headed to bed proper early last night the lights were already off and people were sleeping. Are they solar powered!?!? I smashed another breakfast then made the ten ...